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Who you calling a loser? Anyone who says 1199SEIU “showed little interest” and wasn’t a “major player and prominent progressive voice” during this past…

Winners: Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and his team. What can you say? The man has a pitch-perfect political antenna and his team…

Recall, if you will, the arrival of the circus in town and you have a pretty good idea of what elections used to be…

Remember soccer moms, hockey moms and their once-coveted swing votes? Well, a new group of nonpartisan moms is getting into the game. After Saturday…

Workers in Maryland need a raise. I am a lifelong Baltimore resident and in my 44 years I have never seen working people struggle…

In his 50-year political career, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (D) has rarely had to sweat an election. Since entering Congress in 1981, his one…

The opportunity to build political power in Baltimore is on the ballot this election. The movement toward small donor public financing of elections is not…

Halloween just passed, so it’s fair to ask: Is state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) merely masquerading as a Democrat? Franchot’s third term as…

At the end of a chaotic day Wednesday, DJ Durkin is out as the University of Maryland’s football coach; Gov. Larry Hogan has sharply…

Just what, it is fair to ask, is Gov. Larry Hogan (R) up to? Is it an ego trip, or simply a mock? Is…